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Outdoors With O’NealsCalling Fans of yodelingFestival Finds Region’s Finest

August 1, 2008

You can spend your evening under the stars watching a movie set in drought-stricken Kansas during the Great Depression when the Kansas History Museum & Library, 6425 S.W. 6th, presents “Paper Moon” as this week’s feature in the Sundown Film Festival. The free movie shown outdoors stars Ryan O’Neal and 10-year-old Tatum O’Neal, who earned an Oscar for her role. Learn more at kshs.org.

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Wheatstock returns with acoustic music by some of the region’s best performers. Doors will open at noon Saturday in the Jefferson Room of the Ramada Hotel and Convention Center, 420 S.E. 6th, where admission will be $5 for adults and free for children younger than 12. The schedule: 1 p.m. Wood Valley Pickers; 2 p.m. Shyster Mountain Gang; 3 p.m. Boiler Room Boys; 4 p.m. Dusty Workman & Friends; 5 p.m. Ryan Braun; 6 p.m. Awards ceremony; and 7 p.m. Judy Coder & Pride of the Prairie in its last Topeka show.

The Capital-JournalYou say you can’t get enough of yodeling? Well, Judy Coder is ready to satisfy your wants when the Topeka singer and has a release party for her newest album, “Judy Coder: Yodels,” from 7 to 9 p.m. today at A Place in Time, 321 S.E. Stanton Road, Tecumseh. Coder, who learned yodeling 10 years ago, has earned honors, including the 1999 Patsy Montana National Yodeling Championship and the 2001 Western Music Association International Yodeling Championship. The CD will be available for sale and signing.

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